There are rebels among the stars...
Meet eleven protagonists battling to save themselves and the ones they love. Human, cyborg, clone, or alien, they'll find themselves pitted against intergalactic crime bosses, interstellar mercenaries, a quantum-wave-riding collective mind, and the universe itself. Along the way, there’s plenty of action, adventure, humor, and even some romance.
Written by the freshest voices in science fiction, these stories are short, but they’ll light your imagination like a solar flare. Strap yourself in and join the rebellion! Download this collection today.
About the Star Rebels Stories:
A Tale of Two Ships by Audrey Faye
A KarmaCorp Story
Two ships crash into an unimportant digger rock. The first carries a newborn baby. The second will rewrite her destiny.
Carl Sagan’s Hunt for Intelligent Life in the Universe by C. Gockel
An Archangel Project Story
Sometimes intelligent life is right in front of your whiskers.
Blood Ties by Christine Pope
A Gaian Consortium Story
On the outlaw world of Iradia, Miala Fels and her computer hacker father discover that taking the wrong commission can have unexpected consequences.
Passage Out by Anthea Sharp
A Victoria Eternal Story
Street rat Diana Smythe has long since given up her hopes of escaping Earth, but that doesn’t mean she can’t watch the ships fly in and out of the spaceport and dream…
Arcturus 5 by D.L. Dunbar
A Twenty Sectors Story
Xella went to Arcturus 5 to mediate a simple trade dispute between the Mol and the Dark, but now she’s not sure she’ll get out alive.
Treason’s Course by L.J. Cohen
A Halcyone Space Story
In the midst of Earth's first off-planet war, a soldier is given a covert assignment and must decide if treason lies in carrying out her orders or disobeying them.
Falling by Pippa DaCosta
A Girl From Above Story
Trapped in a scrappers rig with a woman he’s been hired to kill, Caleb Shepperd is beginning to wonder if this job could be his last.
Starfall Station by Lindsay Buroker
A Fallen Empire Story
After the empire falls, cyborg soldier Leonidas Adler must avoid the Alliance operatives who want him for secrets only he knows, but that’s easier said than done. Worse, his past threatens those he’s traveling with, including Alisa, the freighter captain he has come to care about.
Luminescenceby Patty Jansen
An ISF-Allion World Story
Hadie learns the price of being an artificial human when her partner has an accident and becomes unresponsive.
Glome by James Wells
A Great Symmetry Story
Humanity’s first interstellar colony ship has arrived at its destination, only to find an inhospitable death trap of a planet. Crew member Amanda Bowen wishes that was the biggest problem she faced.
Unfinishedby Kendra C. Highley
An Unstrung Story
In a world where genetically-engineered humans serve as slave labor to “real humans,” two prototype children, designed to be the most superior models ever created, look to each other to find a way to escape their fate. They may discover that being “artificial” doesn't mean they can't love.
I really enjoyed this collection. Each author presented well written, enthralling short stories from unique perspectives. Together, they provided a diverse, compelling experience.55
An excellent collection of stories by some well know writers who I enjoy reading. Anthea Sharpe, D.L. Dunbar, Pippa DaCosta, Christine Pope and C. Gockel are authors whose works I read and enjoy. I now have a few new authors to select from. I do recommend this collection of stories in this book!55
Anthea has branched into a new direction and it's filled with stars and success!55
I ran out of authors due to the old "reading happens faster than writing" thing. I also ran out of possible candidates due to iTunes' books search always turning up the same exact results. This free find introduced me to some new authors I feel I'll mesh well with. There's a good assortment of sci. fi. in here so it should be a worth while read for you. I'm off to pounce on those new leads!45
First off, I received a free copy of this book for a honest review. O.K. that's out of the way. One of the great things about a collection of short stories by authors you've never read before is you can preview many authors without investing in a lot of books. I really enjoyed this collection and found several new authors to follow. One story, Carl Sagan's Hunt for Intelligent Life in the Universe, was especially good, not because C.Gockel is a new to me but because the story answered questions left hanging in her book Archangel Down. So if you're either looking for new authors or revisiting old favorites this book is a good bet.45